School board balks at "vague" tech policy
February 20, 2020
At the recommendation of Superintendent Mark Broderson, the Crook County School District Board of Trustees has chosen to delay adoption of a new technology policy due to concerns that its wording is too vague. At Monday’s meeting in Moorcroft, the board heard that members of staff are concerned it would allow searches of personal cell phones.
The policy was created by the office of Tracy Copenhaver, legal counsel for the Wyoming School Boards Association. This office is responsible for sending out new policies to districts across the state, Broderson said.
“We sent it out to district s...